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Washburn MBB tops Nebraska-Kearney in MIAA quarterfinals

MIAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Final Score:

Nebraska-Kearney – 65
Washburn – 75

The Ichabods advance to the MIAA semifinals on Friday night. Washburn will face the winner of Fort Hays State/Missouri Southern at 6:00 p.m. 6 more words


Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan)

La palabra Taiji apareció por primera vez en el Libro de los cambios de la Dinastía Zhou. En dicho libro dice: “En donde hay Taiji, hay paz y armonía entre lo positivo y lo negativo”. 1,732 more words

February 2018 Wrap-Up

Where January felt like a lifetime in itself, February was once again gone in the blink of an eye. I don’t even know what I did all month long, I just know that I didn’t read very much … to be fair, I was a bit pre-occupied with other things, but here are the books that I did manage to get to: 503 more words

Books To Fall For

Travellers among Mountains: the Six Masters of the Early Qing

Yesterday, I commemorated the three-hundredth anniversary of the death of one of the Six Masters of the early Qing period in China: Wú Lì, promising today to show the work of the other five. 840 more words


A Traveller among Mountains: the landscape paintings of Wú Lì

Many of the books on Chinese landscape painting, and visual art in general, stop short at the end of the Ming dynasty in 1644. If they cover any work after that time, it is patchy and sporadic compared to their much denser coverage up to the fall of Beijing in that year. 779 more words


No Mind, No Attachment

The Mind in its dimensions is broad and great, like empty space. It has no sides or limits, it is neither square nor round, neither large nor small.

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